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If attacking a castle, what pedals should be loaded in the catapults?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by audiopablo, Jul 29, 2020.

  1. rangercaster

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    The more heavier, the better ...


    More distance and less wind deflection...IMHO ...

    I prefer flangers ...
     
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    if we run out of pedals - I've got an old Cetec Guass 12" combo amp speaker I'd be happy to give to the cause
     
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    I had one of these for about a decade. An original Fender volume pedal. Definitely knocking down some castle walls. IMG_4606.JPG
     
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    Nay, no cows. How about a flaming piano:

     
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    backstage 50 also throw in a 70s era jim dunlop cry baby.
     
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    Anything from the blackstar HT valve range would do.
     
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    Bunch of Small Stones?


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    IF the catapult can handle the weight, a Twin Reverb would essentially be equivalent to a nuclear strike!
     
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    I never had nor tested one : they are reputedly amazing stompboxes... True ?

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    Why not use a Castle as a load directly ? o_O

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    OK. I stop...:oops::)

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    Those little Joyo Ironman pedals, lots of them. They are small, but very heavy for the size. Just a couple of them could seriously hurt someone who is not wearing armor.
     
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    I'd load all of mine in the catapult...then, pick up the ones I want during pillaging.
     
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    This is EASY. Take a lesson from history.

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    EHX/Tc electronic big ones (think X4) followed by volleys of BOSS to break through those walls.

    Squishbox*.
     
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